Brady Likely to Continue to Smash Marino's Records, Says BetOnline

Sep 23, 2011, 16:41 ET from

PANAMA CITY, September 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

First it was the regular season record for most touchdown passes; Tom Brady’s 50 TD passes in 2007 topped Dan Marino’s long-standing record of 48. Now Brady looks set to take Marino’s regular season record for most passing yards (5,084).

The 2011 season is only two games deep, but thanks to Brady’s torrid start - amassing 940 passing yards — but if he keeps up this pace, he will compile 7,520 passing yards, shattering Marino’s 27 year old record.

Brady isn’t the only QB on pace to break the record; Cam Newton, Phillip Rivers, Drew Brees and Tony Romo are all on pace to throw more than 5,084 yards this year. BetOnline, the fastest growing sportsbook in the US,  puts the odds of Marino’s record falling as the -180 favorite.

“Obviously Newton will cool off and it’s highly doubtful that Romo will be able to come close to the record,” said BetOnline’s Dave Mason. “But Brady, Rivers and Brees have each led the league in season passing yardage over the last few years. In 2008 Brees threw for 5069 yards – just 15 yards shy of the record. This record is going-down this year.”

“And if all these quarterbacks cool-off -- as most will, the ‘No’ pays out at a generous +140,” Mason said. “We’re not afraid to put our money where mouths are.  And we’ll take as a little as a buck on this prop, or go as high as $25,000 a game for NFL—higher than anywhere, even Vegas.”

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   UCF vs. BYU                                Friday, 8:15 ET
   Notre Dame vs. Pitt                        Saturday, 12:00 ET
   Georgia vs. Ole Miss                       Saturday, 12:20 ET
   Arkansas vs. Alabama                       Saturday, 15:30 ET
   Florida vs. Kentucky                       Saturday, 7:00 ET
   LSU vs. West Virginia                      Saturday, 8:00 ET
   Texans vs. Saints                          Sunday, 1:00 ET
   Giants vs. Eagles                          Sunday, 1:00 ET
   Jets vs. Raiders                           Sunday, 4:05 ET
   Packers vs. Bears                          Sunday, 4:15 ET
   Steelers vs. Colts                         Sunday, 8:20 ET
   Redskins vs. Cowboys                       Monday, 8:30 ET

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